Movers and shakers keep industry on its toes
We take a look at what was making headlines in the world of media and marketing in 2015
The fun began on New Year’s Day at 7.25pm, when UTV Ireland made its way into the world of Irish broadcasting. But the station was plagued by profit warnings, critical media reports and some bad luck in its first year, and some big names, including Pat Kenny and Chris Donoghue, stepped down.
By November, the prediction was that the station was expected to make a loss of €18 million in 2015, an upward...
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